• Carpet couture at New York Fashion Week

    If you thought the flashing high-tech fashion from Eurovision was bizarre, imagine stalking down the catwalk in carpet couture

  • Clerkenwell Design Week 2015 wrap up

    The sixth edition of Clerkenwell Design Week has come to a close and what a fantastic festival it was. Cutting-edge installations from some of the best designers and architects across the globe showcased their talents while the spontaneous weather kept us all on our toes.

  • Clerkenwell Design Week 2015 kicks off

    Clerkenwell Design Week 2015 started with a bang and we enjoyed a whirlwind tour of the festival before it got underway.

  • Blueprint Awards judges: Thomas Heatherwick

    Blueprint editor Johnny Tucker gives us a debrief on the judging panel for the Blueprint Awards 2015.

  • Blueprint Awards judges: Lyndon Neri

    Blueprint editor Johnny Tucker gives us a debrief on the judging panel for the Blueprint Awards 2015.

  • B3 Designers breathe new life to Regent's Park Open Air Theatre

    Award-winning design studio, B3 Designers, have redesigned the Summer Cafe, main bar and Interval Cafe at the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, which is reopening May 15th, 2015.

  • FX Reader Survey and Competition in association with Intel. Win a Mac Book Pro!*

    Intel have some major prizes up for grabs by entering the visual design competition you could win a new edition Mac Book Pro, or by taking our simple survey you could win a wearable goody bag to the value of £230* including a Basis Peak Smart Watch and BioSport™ Biometric Earbuds.

  • All Change in the retail design sector

    David Dalziel of integrated design consultancy Dalziel + Pow reflects on his company’s success in the sector over its three decades of business, and tells FX how technology has changed the retail market forever.

  • Nathan Yong - interview

    Only 36 years old, Nathan Yong is heading up his second successful design business after going off to do an MA in between ventures. Twice a Red Dot Award winner and probably best known for his humanitarian mass-production coffin, for use in major disasters, he talks to Emily Martin about his passion for design

  • Lighting’s next design classics

    While preparing a talk for the Surfaces Design Show, which for the first time featured lighting, Iain Ruxton of Speirs + Major considered design classics